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How to Create vaious graphs in Jasper Ireport?

 
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Hi
In my application I have to deal with various reports. This also contains various types of graphs I worked on pie chart sucessfully but not able to understand other graphs getting lot of problem to understand it's xml code..... likein one line graph I am not able to get what data filled in the following field when I tried to fill some data the report generated without any data..


anyone know how to deal with kind of stuff.


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full code please tell me what will i do to work it..
 
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updated code.......................Still not working


 
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